NAF Absorbs Students of Air force Military School Jos into service.
In a bid to shore up the manpower needs in the face of daunting Security challenges facing the nation , Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has re-introduced the absorption programme of the Ex-Junior Airmen (secondary school leavers) into the service as airmen.
This was revealed by the Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshall Isiaka Amao, at the 36th Passing Out Parade (POP) of over 116 junior airmen of the Air Force Military School in Jos, Plateau State.
Amao said some of the students that indicated interest before keyed into the automatic absorption programme and were deployed to various NAF units across the country after undergoing the consolidation training at Military Training Centre, Kaduna.
Represented by AVM Isa Muhammad, the air chief enjoined the students to uphold the good tenets they learnt while in secondary school, as well as those they would learn in the service, to enable them maintain the high standards expected of them by NAF.
“The POP signifies your formal completion of secondary education after six years of academic and military training at the Air Force Military School. The school has graduated over 4,300 students so far since inception,” he stated.